Evaluation des diplômes par WES – Guide pratique pour l’entrée express au Canada
Dans cet article je partage avec vous certaines astuces pour éviter tout délais dans le processus de votre évaluation des diplômes d’études (EDE) pour l’entrée express au Canada.
The Journey of the Third Passport
According to the most recent Henley Passport Index, which periodically measures the world’s most travel-friendly passports, the US Passport is on power rank 19.
Preparing for The Oath Ceremony
This journey was long, this journey was tough but it is finally happening! My case status has been updated to what should be the “final step” of it all and I login on my account and read the following: November 18, 2019 and “We scheduled your naturalization ceremony“ I can’t describe what’s happening in my…
About my Estimate Completion Date
Last week, I checked my case status online via my Account on USCIS’ website . I went to processing time tab, then selected the form I applied for, in my case it’s form N-400 Application for Naturalization in office service of Brooklyn, NY. You have a long dropdown menu available, and you can basically select…
What’s After 5 Years of Lawful Permanent Residency?
To become a U.S. Citizen you must be a Permanent Resident for at least 5 years, be at least 18 years old, be able to read, write, and speak basic English and be a person of good moral character.
Case status after Biometrics
After filling for your N-400 form you receive a notice for a Biometrics Interview. This appointment takes place at your closest USCIS Office. You will need to provide your fingerprints, photograph, and your signature.
Biometrics Appointment Scheduled, now what?
On January 19, 2019, the USCIS scheduled my biometrics appointment and mailed me an appointment notice. That notice finally showed up electronically on my account around January 23rd but I am still waiting for the letter in the mail. The digital one, accessible in my online account, is easily downloadable and printable. With that notice,…
Becoming a United States Citizen
January 15th, at midnight I finally hit the button “Submit” and filed my N-400 on USCIS’ website. If you’re not familiar with this jargon, they are chances that you’re not trying to go through the lengthy and tedious process of naturalization. If you are about to embark on this journey yourself, or are curious about…